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(35) Private Test Preparation Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Beverly Hills

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Ashley

Experienced High School Algebra/Geometry Tutor

I have a BA degree in Education and a minor in mathematics. I enjoyed attending Saint Leo University because the class size was smaller and could get more one on one help when I needed to. My professors also made lessons informational, enjoyable, and engaging in order to increase student comprehension. I try to bring this into my tutoring approach and teaching as well because students learn at different rates and may need the material explained in a different way, slower pace, or extra... Read more


Michael

Multi-lingual English Instructor with an ESL Background

Long ago, Saint Thomas Aquinas said that it is memory that distinguishes human beings from the brute animals. As an English language teacher, I am a firm believer in dynamically developing the memory of my students using a variety of proven teaching methods that involve learning with the five senses, as well as relating the new subject matter at hand to what they have learned previously and/or to their daily lives. At times, for example, repetition of certain material by writing things out on... Read more


Sarah

Personable Tutor with Extensive Education in English & Reading

Hello! My name is Sarah. I was born and raised in Brooksville and have had a love for English and Reading since I was in Elementary school. I graduated from the University of South Florida with my Bachelors in Mass Communication- Journalism. My education included extensive studying of the English language varying from general pronunciation/spelling, proper use of punctuation to dissecting great works of literature to be able to write a review of the piece. While in college, I worked in vario... Read more


Jessica

Patient and Enthusiastic Tutor for Science, Math, and Test Preparation

In every job I've had, I've taken on the role of an educator: from training new employees and educating consumers, to my current employment as a high school teacher. Helping someone to learn and understand something is my passion, as is my own quest for life-long learning. I have recently accrued hundreds of hours of professional development courses to increase my knowledge on teaching methods, with a focus on struggling students. I also have experience working with students enrolled in o... Read more


Riham

Live. Love. Math.

Tutoring, you think it is the easiest job that you could have. You think so because of the flexibility of time, and the only thing you need to do is be there on time to help students (Tutees) with the subject that they have difficulty understanding, which you are very knowledgeable about. However, all that you were thinking is definitely wrong. The tutees don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care. There are many qualities you need to have in order to be a good tutor be... Read more


Ashley

Graduate student

I'm in the MAT program in English Language Arts Education at University of Central Florida. I graduate in May of 2018. I intern full-time at Florida Virtual School. I do not have a permanent certification yet because I do not graduate until May, I have passed all of my certification exams. Upon graduation, I will be certified to teach English 6-12. ... Read more

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Lawrence

Get comfortable with math and science. You can do this!

Hi, my name is Larry and I am a retired veterinarian. I practiced veterinary medicine for 40 years and have enhanced my education with continued updates in math and most sciences. I have two grown children, attend Church of Hope, and enjoy working with young people. As regards any specific teaching philosophy, I recognize that people learn in different ways and I try to adapt my approach to that path. Substituting and tutoring at Sylvan has exposed me to these different scenarios. I have p... Read more


Eric

Former college writing instructor, former editor, 10+ yrs tutoring

My first tutoring experience was at a local community college as part of its program for students with disabilities. I tutored about 30 hours a week, but the college discontinued the program. I started to tutor privately because I like tutoring and some students asked me to. I tutor English, Language Arts, grammar, essay writing, speech, American Government, American, European, and World History, and the reading and writing portions of the SAT and ACT. I also offer tutoring and advice to ... Read more


Amanda

LA/SS/TESOL Cert. Teacher, Published Author, Special Education Exp

Hello, I am very interested in tutoring in various subjects. I hold a Master's in middle level education (5-9) from the University of Vermont and a Bachelor’s in Art History from Southern Methodist University. I am also a certified SS/English teacher in Florida and have experience with high school and middle school students. I have worked as an outdoor educational teacher, paraprofessional, and teacher at public, private, and alternative schools. I have experience working with gifted, as wel... Read more


Daniel

Certified Tutor and Academic Coach

I am a retired developmental optometrist whose practice was limited to examinations and vision therapy to cure learning-related vision problems. I started tutoring in 2011 and shortly thereafter became certified in tutoring and academic coaching by the National Tutoring Association. I love watching my students experience the "aha" moment when, through my guidance, they finally understand a concept that has been difficult for them. I enjoy incorporating humor during the tutoring sess... Read more


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